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Nov 9, 2012 4:00pm EST
did turn to pepco and they said there are easier ways to lower energy use and save money on your electric bill. first, set your thermostat to 768 degrees during the day and 60 at night. dressing warmly and lowering that thermostat you can lower 3% per degree that you lower the thermostat below 70 on your heating bill. you'll drop that thing 3%. next change your filters in your machines. this helps maintain the heating system by making sure it is running efficiently and winterize your windows by using weather stripping and caulk. and if you have a question you'd like us to consider, send it to on facebook by searching liz crenshah's consumer watch. >>> how can you donate items like clothing and shoes to those affected by hurricane sandy. can leaving your lights on in a laundry room help those hang drying clothes dry faster. find out the answers at 5:00. we'll see you then. >> i did that this week. >> join me at 5:00. >> the wheels just rolled right over them. >> were those the ones you were supposed to rake, pat. >>> coming up on news 4 at 14:00 the 14-ye
Nov 14, 2012 4:00pm EST
foods, to those popular energy drinks. >> vitamin water. >> reporter: even kids' yogurts. the labels grab you, real fruit, full of vitamins, and many of us eat it up. >> it gives the impression it's healthier. >> blueberries in the cereal, that's great. you get everything in one box. >> reporter: but some experts say it's a trick that food companies go a long way to fool you. take special k's fruit and yogurt cereal. look at all those fresh berries on the front. >> when you actually pour the cereal out, this looks like a real berry to me. but it ain't. >> reporter: michael jacobson runs the consumer watchdog group. are there any actual berries in here? >> no berries whatsoever. >> reporter: he says these berry imposters are in a lot of foods. like blueberry eggos. then there's aunt jemima's blueberry pancakes. it claims, made with real blueberries. but there's a catch. >> it has blueberry bits. what is that? it's mostly sugar and soybean oil. and little bits of real blueberry that's been artificially colored. >> reporter: that's right, he said the blue chunks are actually that concoc
Nov 16, 2012 4:00pm EST
facility is owned by black elk energy. coast guard officials say initial reports indicate the explosion was sparked by a cutting torch. they also say the well was not producing, and that no oil is leaking. >>> first on 4, we are now hearing the 911 calls from a murder case that shook bowie state university. alexis simpson was found not guilty on all counts. the former student testified that she didn't intentionally kill her roommate, dominique frazier. keith russell joins us from our live news desk with our first look at the evidence the jurors considered during their deliberations. >> yes, pat, we have that evidence. you'll hear it here first. evidence that helped convince a jury that alexis simpson was not guilty of any of the seven charges from first-degree murder to involuntary manslaughter. simpson was accused of stabbing dominique phrase tore to death in september of last year. they got into a fight in their dormitory over loud music. defense attorneys said simpson was bullied and fighting back when that stabbing happened. here's a portion of one of the 911 calls from the bowie st
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